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Navigating the Broadcom & VMware Transition:

Ensure Continuity with NexusTek

Broadcom’s recent acquisition of VMware has sparked widespread concern and uncertainty among partners. Questions regarding subscription licensing costs, hypervisor migration, and workload hosting are at the forefront of discussions. As VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP) partners face termination of agreements on April 30, 2024, urgent action is imperative to maintain seamless operations.

Partnering with NexusTek

As a trusted Broadcom Premier Partner and VMware Cloud Service Provider (VCSP), NexusTek stands ready to address your critical needs during this transition. Our partnership with Broadcom positions us to offer unparalleled support and expertise to ensure the continuity of your VMware cloud services.

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Why Partner with NexusTek?​

Broadcom Premier Partner​

Out of the 4,500 managed services providers, only 500 were invited to continue their partnership at this premier level. This recognition highlights NexusTek expertise, dedication, and long-standing commitment to VMware.​

Approved White Label Option​

Maintain your existing environment with our approved white label solution, preserving familiarity and minimizing disruption.​

Decades of VMware Experience​

Leverage our +25 years of expertise and partnership with VMware to navigate complex challenges with confidence.​

When you partner with NexusTek, you gain access not only VMware licensing and expertise, but also to the wealth of expertise our cloud engineers possess. Since NexusTek is more than just a cloud hosting provider, we can seamlessly integrate solutions such as cybersecurity, business continuity and disaster recovery planning, and managed IT services into a holistic cloud solution that is tailored to fit your customers’ needs.

​ FAQs

As outlined at VMware Explore 2023, Broadcom and VMware are shifting their portfolio strategy to align with market and industry trends for how customers want to and consume our software-defined data center (“SDDC”) stack. VMware is moving away from perpetual-licensed offerings to subscription and term-based SaaS offerings, as well as consolidating the portfolio to make it simpler for our customers to consume solutions. As a major component of this model shift and portfolio simplification, VMware’s Cloud Services Provider program – Partner Connect, will be terminated and Cloud Service Providers will be invited into the new program being set up under the Broadcom Advantage Partner Program. VMware Cloud Foundation (“VCF”) will be the primary offering available in the new program. With VCF, customers can experience a consistent and simplified cloud experience regardless of where they consume VMware products.

Existing contracts with VMware will continue through April 30, 2024. The last rental usage period will be through March 31, 2024, and bookings must be closed by April 15, 2024. Partners will be invited and/or qualified to join the new business program model starting in early 2024. As we roll out the new program during the first calendar quarter of 2024, partners will begin to transition their customers, which we expect to occur through May 2024.

The transition period will last from December 2023 through April 30, 2024. Partners will receive more information soon about the new Cloud Services program at Broadcom.